Danish r&b act WIINSTON‘s new video for “Mio” can primarily be described in three words: sweaty, naked ladies. Sure, they occasionally give our libidos a break from stimulation with some shots of people waving their arms under water and close up’s of guys looking broody—but really, we’re mostly meant to stare at women pigeonholed into looking sexually available whilst gyrating on beds.

Now, according to WIINSTON’s press release, all this is supposed to be a commentary on materialism, superficiality and desire; while those noble intentions unfortunately read like a textbook teenage wet dream (naked girls in thongs on beds? how riveting!), the irresistible appeal of the song makes up for the video as much as it can. “Mio” oozes with lusty production, breathy vocals and gently climaxing harmonies; the different elements of the song all weave together to create a smooth and dusky r&b track, the perfect soundtrack to summer urges and libido-driven fantasies. It’s reminiscent of some of The Weeknd’s best stuff, a quality which has already caught the eye of publications like Line of Best Fit and Metro UK. So yeah, this is definitely going to the top of our sunset-hour, wine-drenched summer playlist, and we can’t wait to hear more.

But a word of advice, WIINSTON: it’s 2017. If you release a video that positions women as the objects of pretty boring male sexual fantasies we’ve been bombarded with countless times, don’t expect it to go without pointed criticism—which is a shame, ’cause your music is actually pretty damn impressive.